Video: 3D Effects Come To iPad 2

Admittedly I am not much of a fan of 3D, I tend to see it as more hype than substance and yes I have tried out the technology and yes I was impressed at points, but frankly it’s a novelty at best for the time being. With that in mind I did find myself interested in the news that one research team is trying to bring a 3D experience, the sort that doesn’t need glasses, to the iPad 2. The snappily titled Engineering Human-Computer Interaction team have come come up with a head tracking system for the iPad 2 that gives some 3D sensations. Is it useful? Well that’s a question open to debate although you can probably guess what my answer would be, but nevertheless it is still exciting to see people modifying technology to do things it wasn’t originally intended for.” via

Nokia Revealed E6 Along Site With Symbian “Anna” Software

“Previously we have heard Nokia is unveiling their newest Symbian smartphone, the X7. And now, we have another Nokia device called E6 launch along the side Symbian’s newest software called “Anna”. The E6 is targeted for those business folks.The device features a full QWERTY keyboard, a 2.46-inch 640 x 480 pixel touchscreen display, an 8-megapixel camera, GPS, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and a 1,500mAh battery. It design always remind people with BlackBerry. As we have mention, the device will be running on Symbian Anna. This new software get a revamped user interface, new icons, improved text input, faster web browsing, and a new Ovi Maps application. To top it, since its targeted for business usage, the E6 get enterprise grade security with hardware accelerated encryption, and several new e-mail features. The Nokia E6 will hit the market in Q2 2011.” via